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2024 Green River Fly Fishing Reports

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January 22nd, 2024

The flows on the Green River are currently fluctuating between 1,040cfs and 3,140 cfs (averaging 2,120 daily).  Please be careful when wade fishing!  Every 1,000 cfs is about a foot in river depth change.  The streamer action on the Green River has been pretty good on all 3 river sections.  Retrieve your streamers slowly and cover lots of water to get the most action.  Due to the inconsistent flow schedule, the midge hatch has been sparse and the dry fly fishing very spotty.  The midges tend to be thicker on the upper stretches of the river.   Warm, calm days will provide the best shots for dry fly action - if you find trout rising stay there, as you may not find other fish looking up.  For nymph fishing, focus on the middle and tail-outs of runs at about 9 feet deep. For Nymphing use a small streamer or an orange scud with a tiny midge above.     

Current snow pack for the Green River is at about 77% of normal in the upper Green River Drainage and 88% of normal in the lower valley.  Flaming Gorge Reservoir is at about 85% capacity.  

2,120 CFS average
1,040 - 3,140 daily

CLEAR - can change daily

Fluctuating Flows 

A Section: The lower half of A has been pretty consistent with streamers.  The Midge hatch begins in the mornings around 10am.  On calm days there are pods of trout up on these tiny bugs. The fish are holding in their winter runs, nymph rigs around 9 feet deep have been best.  The strikes are very subtle, so swing on any movement.

B Section:  Nymph rigs and streamers have been the most effective method on the B Section.  Commit to streamers on lower B.   

C Section:  The action has been decent on streamers. Fish dark flies on dark days and tan, ginger or white on bright days.  Dry fly action is little to none. 

Hatches: Midges 

 

Dry Flies

Calm days have been best for small dry fly fishing. 6x tippet

 

Haslam's Midge Adult #22

Midge Cluster #18-20

Griffiths Gnat #20

Harrop's Hanging Midge #20-22

Parachute Adams #22-24

Parachute Ant #16-22 black

Brook's Sprout Midge #20-22

Bunny Midge #20-22

Triple Double #14-18 purple, black

 

Streamers

Dark day dark fly. Bright day, bright fly. Retrieval speed - slow​. 0X tippet

Flash a Bugger

El Sculpito tan

Cheech Leech - articulated all colors

Complex Twist Bugger - all colors

Tungsten Jig Bugger

Kreelex

Galloup's Dungeon - articulated all colors

 

Nymphs

There are a large variety of nymphs for the fish to choose from. Use 5x or 6x tippet

Grey Soft Hackle #22

Jujubee Midge #20-24

Tungsten Zebra Midge #16-20 brown, wine, purple, black

Pheasant Tail #18 -22

Scuds #20-22 orange, grey, olive

Miracle Nymph #20-22

Black Beauty #20-24

Yong Special #24

 

For the most recent updates please follow us on Facebook and Instagram . We are happy to answer any questions about the river and can be texted at 801-885-0573. Thanks!

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February 27th, 2024

The flows on the Green River are still fluctuating throughout the day for power generation.  Please be careful when wade fishing, and also be aware of Rainbow Spawning Redds.  Every 1,000 cfs is about a foot in river depth change.    If you time your day right, you can stay in the higher flows most of the day on the B or C Sections.  The streamer bite has been pretty good on all 3 river sections.  Retrieve your streamers slowly, focus on slow to medium speed water,  and cover lots of water to get the most action.  The midge hatch has come on stronger over the past week or so.  They begin emerging around 10am and the action is definitely better on calm, warm days.  The midges tend to be thicker on the upper stretches of the river.  Light tippets and soft presentations are needed to fool the trout on these tiny bugs.   For nymph fishing, focus on the middle and tail-outs of runs at about 9 feet deep. Nymphing a small streamer or an orange scud are solid fly choices with the flows changing daily.    

Current snow pack for the Green River is at about 86% of normal in the upper Green River Drainage and 109% of normal in the lower valley.  Flaming Gorge Reservoir is at about 85% capacity.  

2,020 CFS average
1,050 - 3,120 daily

CLEAR - can change daily

Fluctuating Flows 

A Section: The lower half of A has been pretty consistent with streamers.  The Midge hatch begins in the mornings around 10am.  On calm days there are pods of trout up on these tiny bugs. The fish are holding in their winter runs, nymph rigs around 9 feet deep have been best.  The strikes are very subtle, so swing on any movement.

B Section:  Nymph rigs and streamers have been the most effective method on the B Section.  Commit to streamers on lower B.  You can find some midge action on upper B as well.   

C Section:  The action has been decent on streamers. Fish dark flies on dark days and tan, ginger or white on bright days.  Dry fly action is little to none. 

Hatches: Midges 

 

Dry Flies

Calm days have been best for small dry fly fishing. 6x tippet

 

Haslam's Midge Adult #22

Midge Cluster #18-20

Griffiths Gnat #20

Harrop's Hanging Midge #20-22

Parachute Adams #22-24

Parachute Ant #16-22 black

Brook's Sprout Midge #20-22

Bunny Midge #20-22

Triple Double #14-18 purple, black

 

Streamers

Dark day dark fly. Bright day, bright fly. Retrieval speed - slow​. 1X tippet

Flash a Bugger

El Sculpito tan

Cheech Leech - articulated all colors

Complex Twist Bugger - all colors

Tungsten Jig Bugger

Kreelex

Galloup's Dungeon - articulated all colors

 

Nymphs

There are a large variety of nymphs for the fish to choose from. Use 5x or 6x tippet

Grey Soft Hackle #22

Jujubee Midge #20-24

Tungsten Zebra Midge #16-20 brown, wine, purple, black

Pheasant Tail #18 -22

Scuds #20-22 orange, grey, olive

Miracle Nymph #20-22

Black Beauty #20-24

Yong Special #24

 

For the most recent updates please follow us on Facebook and Instagram . We are happy to answer any questions about the river and can be texted at 801-885-0573. Thanks!

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March 12th, 2024

Snow pack for the Green River is at about 97% of normal in the Green River Drainage.  Flaming Gorge Reservoir is at about 85% capacity.  We are looking great for Spring and Summer flow levels!

 

Currently, the flows on the Green River are very low most of the day (860cfs) with a huge bump (2,230cfs) from 6:30pm till 1:30am daily.  The water is currently being managed for power generation, with optimal flows for angling success an afterthought. Flows are averaging 1,000cfs.

Despite the super low flows in the day, the fishing has been pretty good out there.  There have been a few BWO's showing up, but not in numbers to get excited about.  The midge hatches are still going strong on the upper B and A Sections.  The streamer action on the Green River has been pretty consistent on all 3 river sections.  The low flows tend to make the fish spookier though.  Warm, calm days will provide the best shots for dry fly action - if you find trout rising stay there, as you may not find other fish looking up.  For nymph fishing, focus on the middle and tail-outs of runs at about 9 feet deep. Nymphing a small streamer or an attractor nymph followed by a size 22 is a solid set up this time of year. 

1,000 CFS average
860 - 2,230 daily

CLEAR - can change daily

Fluctuating Flows 

A Section: The lower half of A has been pretty consistent with streamers.  The Midge hatch begins in the mornings around 10am.  On calm days there are pods of trout up on these tiny bugs. The fish are holding in their winter runs, nymph rigs around 9 feet deep have been best.  The strikes are very subtle, so swing on any movement.

B Section:  Nymph rigs and streamers have been the most effective method on the B Section.  Commit to streamers, or dry dropper rigs on lower B.   

C Section:  The action has been decent on streamers. Fish dark flies on dark days and tan, ginger or white on bright days.  Dry fly action is sparse, droppers will produce on the drop offs and shelves.  . 

Hatches: Midges, a handful of BWO's

 

Dry Flies

Calm days have been best for small dry fly fishing. 6x tippet

 

Haslam's Midge Adult #22

Midge Cluster #18-20

Griffiths Gnat #20

Harrop's Hanging Midge #20-22

Parachute Adams #18

Parachute Cricket #10 black

Brook's Sprout Midge #20-22

Bunny Midge #20-22

Triple Double #14-18 purple, black

 

Streamers

Dark day dark fly. Bright day, bright fly. Retrieval speed - slow​. 0X tippet

Flash a Bugger

El Sculpito tan

Cheech Leech - articulated all colors

Complex Twist Bugger - all colors

Tungsten Jig Bugger

Kreelex

Galloup's Dungeon - articulated all colors

 

Nymphs

There are a large variety of nymphs for the fish to choose from. Use 5x or 6x tippet

Grey Soft Hackle #16-20

Jujubee Midge #20-24

Tungsten Zebra Midge #16-20 brown, wine, purple, black

Pheasant Tail #18 -22

Scuds #20-22 orange, grey, olive

Miracle Nymph #20-22

Black Beauty #20-24

Yong Special #24

San Juan Worm pink, orange #6-10

 

For the most recent updates please follow us on Facebook and Instagram . We are happy to answer any questions about the river and can be texted at 801-885-0573. Thanks!

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April 11th, 2024

Currently, the flows on the Green River are in the ideal range most of the day, 1,800cfs with a huge bump to 4,000cfs from 6:00pm till 1:00am daily. Flows are averaging 2,000cfs.  This is ideal for the hatches as the aquatic insects thrive in the oxygenated water.  

The Blue Wing Olive hatch has started and should ramp up over the next couple weeks!  The BWO's on the Green River are grey in color and most are a size #16-18.  They will get a little smaller as the hatch progresses into May.  The hatch is weather dependent and can start as early as 11am or as late as 2pm.  Sun is your friend as it warms up the water.  Once river temps come up you will want cloudy or wet weather to trigger the best hatches.  Nymphing at about 9-10 feet deep has been very productive, with solid dry fly action later in the day.  The fish will move into shallower water when the Baetis hatch starts.

 

The midge hatch is also going strong in the mornings, allowing for solid subsurface fishing as well.  On calm mornings you can find pods of fish up in the tailouts, bubble lines, and back eddies

Snow pack for the Green River is at about 110% of normal in the Green River Drainage.  Flaming Gorge Reservoir is at about 83% capacity.  We are looking great for Spring and Summer flow levels!

2,000 CFS average
1,800 - 4,000 daily

CLEAR - can change daily

Fluctuating Flows 

A Section: The entire A Section is fishing great!   The Midge hatch begins in the mornings around 10am, with the nymphs being active earlier in the morning.  On calm days there are pods of trout up on these tiny bugs - especially in the scum lines. The fish get much more active when the BWO's start to emerge and tend to do most of their daily feeding in a 4 hour window.  They will also move into shallower and faster water to chase the grey morsels.  

B Section:  Nymph rigs, dry-dropper and streamers have all been producing on the B Section.  Commit to streamers, or dry dropper rigs on lower B.   

C Section:  The action has been good on streamers. There are also some BWO"s coming off, but not as thick as the upper stretches of the river.  Red Creek can blow out anytime in the Spring, be ready to change fishing plans after hot or wet days.  

 

Hatches: BWO's, Midges

 

Dry Flies

Calm sunny days, have been best for dry fly fishing. 5-6x tippet

 

Harrop's CDC Thorax BWO #16-20

Midge Cluster #18-20

Para Adams Purple #16-18

Griffiths Gnat #20

Harrop's Hanging Midge #20-22

Parachute Adams #16-20

Parachute Cricket #10 black

Brook's Sprout Midge #20-22

Weiss' CDC Baetis #16-18

Morris May Emerger - BWO #16-18

Triple Double #14-18 purple, black

 

Streamers

Dark day dark fly. Bright day, bright fly. Retrieval speed - slow​. 0X tippet

Po Boy 

Near Nuff Sculpin Olive, tan

Sculpzilla

Flash a Bugger

El Sculpito tan

Cheech Leech - articulated all colors

Baby Gonga

Tungsten Jig Bugger

Kreelex

Galloup's Dungeon - articulated all colors

 

Nymphs

There are a large variety of nymphs for the fish to choose from. Use 5x or 6x tippet

Grey Soft Hackle #16-20

Loop Wing Emerger grey #16-18

Egan's Silver Bullet - Baetis #16-18

Top Secret Baetis #16-18

Higa's S.O.S. #16-18

Harrop's Mayfly Nymph - BWO #16-18

Jujubee Midge #18-24

Tungsten Zebra Midge #16-20 brown, wine, purple, black

Pheasant Tail #16-20

Scuds #20-22 orange, grey, olive

Miracle Nymph #20-22

2 Bit Hooker black #16-18

Barr's Flashback Emerger - BWO #16-20

San Juan Worm pink, orange #6-10

 

For the most recent updates please follow us on Facebook and Instagram . We are happy to answer any questions about the river and can be texted at 801-885-0573. Thanks!

May 1st, 2024

The fishing on the Green River has been great!  The BWO hatch is going strong, with the best hatches of the season on the A & B Sections occurring over the past few days.  The BWO's have been sparse on the C Section lately but the fish are still eager to eat them.  The Bureau of Reclamation has been changing the flow schedule a lot lately for their power desires.  This morning the base flow is 880cfs - yesterday the base flow was 1500cfs which is much better for the river and hatches.  The flow schedule can be found on the links below.  

The Blue Wing Olive hatch should stay steady into mid to late May.  With warmer weather on the way, we should start to have more terrestrial and dry dropper opportunities.  There are Crickets, Ants and Grasshoppers on the banks.  Fingers crossed that we start seeing cicadas in the next couple of weeks! 

The water clarity is slightly stained, as there are lots of creeks feeding the reservoir and river that are dirtying the water.  You can still see 8 feet down to the river bed, it's just not the crystal clear water that we have most of the season.  The off color water helps anglers get a little closer to the fish without spooking them.   

 

The midge hatch is still going strong in the mornings, allowing for solid subsurface fishing as well.  On calm mornings you can find pods of fish up in the tailouts, bubble lines, and back eddies

The best fishing most days has been between 1-3pm.

Our guess for high water to begin is May 28th - but that is a just a guess.  We are only given 3 days notice as to when high water will begin and the duration.  We will try to keep everyone informed on our social media pages as soon as we get news.  

1,000 CFS average
880 - 1,530 daily

CLEAR - can change daily

Fluctuating Flows -The BOR will probably change flows again in a week as they have all of April. 

A Section: The entire A Section is fishing great!   The Midge hatch begins in the mornings around 10am, with the nymphs being active earlier in the morning.  On calm days there are pods of trout up on these tiny bugs - especially in the scum lines. The fish get much more active when the BWO's start to emerge and tend to do most of their daily feeding in a 4 hour window.  They will also move into shallower and faster water to chase the grey morsels.  

B Section:  Nymph rigs, dry-dropper and streamers have all been producing on the B Section.  Commit to dry flies, streamers, or dry dropper rigs on lower B.   

C Section:   Dry dropper, dries or streamers.  Nymphing on the C Section is a sin.  There are some BWO"s coming off, but not as thick as the upper stretches of the river.  Red Creek can blow out anytime in the Spring, be ready to change fishing plans after hot or wet days.  

 

Hatches: BWO's, Midges, a few terrestrials

 

Dry Flies

Calm cloudy days, have been best for dry fly fishing. 5-6x tippet

 

Harrop's CDC Thorax BWO #16-20

Midge Cluster #18-20

Para Adams Purple #16-18

Griffiths Gnat #20

Harrop's Hanging Midge #20-22

Parachute Adams #16-20

Parachute Cricket #10 black

Brook's Sprout Midge #20-22

Weiss' CDC Baetis #16-18

Morris May Emerger - BWO #16-18

Triple Double #14-18 purple, black

 

Streamers

Dark day dark fly. Bright day, bright fly. Retrieval speed - slow​. 0X tippet

Po Boy 

Near Nuff Sculpin Olive, tan

Sculpzilla

Flash a Bugger

El Sculpito tan

Cheech Leech - articulated all colors

Baby Gonga

Tungsten Jig Bugger

Kreelex

Galloup's Dungeon - articulated all colors

 

Nymphs

Sunny days have been very productive.  The A Section is fishing excellent with subsurface flies.  There are a large variety of nymphs for the fish to choose from. Use 5x or 6x tippet

Grey Soft Hackle #16-20

Loop Wing Emerger grey #16-18

Egan's Silver Bullet - Baetis #16-18

Top Secret Baetis #16-18

Higa's S.O.S. #16-18

Harrop's Mayfly Nymph - BWO #16-18

Jujubee Midge #18-24

Tungsten Zebra Midge #16-20 brown, wine, purple, black

Pheasant Tail #16-20

Scuds #20-22 orange, grey, olive

Miracle Nymph #20-22

2 Bit Hooker black #16-18

Barr's Flashback Emerger - BWO #16-20

San Juan Worm pink, orange #6-10

 

For the most recent updates please follow us on Facebook and Instagram . We are happy to answer any questions about the river and can be texted at 801-885-0573. Thanks!

May 22nd, 2024

Flows are going up and will reach 6,600 cfs by tomorow morning at 9am.  Flows are set at this level until further notice.  It is very likely that they will rise to 8,600cfs for a couple days in the near future before they drop the flows to normal levels.  

 

You cannot float under Taylor Flat Bridge!  There are trees on the edges of the river that are in several feet of swift water and pose threats to boats as well.  The Little Hole Trail is under water in many spots too.

 

These high flows will do wonders for the fish quality, and clear out most of the unwanted moss.  They will expose sandy areas again and substantially help the aquatic insects.  If you are headed out to fish in the coming days use bright colored worms and small grey scuds.  The upper river will be fishable from Friday on.  It will be a mossy / pine needle mess Thursday. 

 

There are some cicadas out as well. Some years the fish will still eat the big dry at these flows.  Here is some more High Water Info and a High Water Video.  

Current snow pack for the Green River is at about 105% of normal. Flaming Gorge Reservoir is at about 86% capacity,  Hopefully we get a solid base flow once the high water recedes.

6,600 CFS starting tomorrow

Dirty - will start to clear up in a few days

Flows will likley remain high until May 30th

A Section: There have been some cicadas on the A Section.  The dry fly fishing was good before the high water releases. Look for good dry fly fishing at flows of 4,600cfs and below. Dropping flows = good fishing  

B Section:  It should start to be fishable from Saturday on.  It usually takes awhile to clear up below Red Creek Rapid during these high flows.   Should fish good at flows of 4,600cfs or lower

C Section:  The C Section was fishing decent before the run off.  It will be unfishable for a bit as all of the moss and debris upstream accumulates on down on C.  

Hatches: Terrestrials, Blue Wing Olives, a few ciccads

 

Dry Flies

Hot and Sunny for Terrestrials - Overcast Days for BWO's 3x- 5x tippet

 

Lovejoy's Cicada #10

Card's Cicada #10

High Vis Chubby Chernobyl #10-14

Fat Albert tan black #8-12

Moodah Poodah #10

PMX #8-10

Triple Double #10-14

Para Emerger BWO #16-20

 

Streamers

Dark day dark fly. Bright day, bright fly. Retrieval speed - slow​. 0X tippet

CDC Jig Streamer

Humungus black/gold

Flash a Bugger

El Sculpito tan

Cheech Leech - articulated all colors

Complex Twist Bugger - all colors

Tungsten Jig Bugger

Kreelex

Galloup's Dungeon - articulated all colors

 

Nymphs

There are a large variety of nymphs for the fish to choose from. Use 5x or 6x tippet

Flossy Worm pink, purple, red, orange #10-14

Anderson's UV Juan pink, orange, red #1

Jig San Juan Worm - all colors #10

Wire Worm orange Pink Red Brown #4-10

Grey Soft Hackle #18

Scuds #20-22 grey, olive

Barr's Emerger - BWO #16-20

Tungsten Zebra Midge #16-20 brown, wine, purple, black

Pheasant Tail #16 -20

 

For the most recent updates please follow us on Facebook and Instagram . We are happy to answer any questions about the river and can be texted at 801-885-0573. Thanks!

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June 20th, 2024

Flows are going up on June 24th at noon and will reach 4,600 cfs for 3 days.  The flows will begin to drop on the evening of June 27th.  The flow schedule is below.  The water has already been at 7,000 cfs this year so all of the junk is already flushed out.  

 

WARNING  - You cannot float under Taylor Flat Bridge at 4,600cfs! 

 

The fishing recently has been below average for June.  The low water and slim presence of cicadas are not making the fish as happy as normal.  That being said, some days have been excellent.  We have some cicadas on the A Section, and thousands of Mormon Crickets on the B and and C Sections.  Yellow Sally Stoneflies, Caddis and PMD's have begun and we are still seeing small BWO's.  The hatches should improve over the next week or so and will likely take off after the secondary high water event of the season recedes.  4,600cfs is a great flow for the river and tge guides know it well.  It will make the wade fishing tough though.  Flows are set to return to low water average of 950cfs on June 30th.  Hopefully they will raise the base flow in early July to a more respectable level.  

Flaming Gorge Reservoir is at about 86% capacity, 

900 CFS average
Changing next week

Clear - subject to daily change

Flows will return to low flows of 950cfs on June 30th

A Section: There have been some cicadas on the A Section.  The fly fishing is hit or miss out there with mixed reports from the guides.  Water temps have gone up which should get the bugs and fish going. 

B Section:  Mormon Crickets are thick on lower B - most days, too thick.  Upper B is great with dries or dry dropper rigs.  The other hatches are getting thicker daily.

C Section:  Mormon Crickets are thick in spots, and frequently change where they enter the water.  There are lots of other bugs the fish will eat too.  

Hatches: Terrestrials, small Blue Wing Olives, Cicadas, PMD's, Caddis, Yellow Sallies, Midges, Mormon Crickets

 

Dry Flies

Hot and Sunny conditions fish best - the river should be in prime conditions soon.  The low flows make the fish spooky.

 

Green River PMX Cricket #10

Lovejoy's Cicada #10

Card's Cicada #10

High Vis Chubby Chernobyl #10-14

Fat Albert tan black red #2-8

Triple Double #10-14

Elden's Mother's Day Caddis #16-18

Mercer's Missing Link #16-18

Mathew's X Caddis #14-18

CDC Biot Spinner PMD #16

Bionic Ant #10

Corn Fed Sally #16

 

Streamers

Dark day dark fly. Bright day, bright fly. Retrieval speed - mixed​. 0X - 2X tippet.  Early mornings and evenings are usually best.

CDC Jig Streamer

Humungus black/gold

Flash a Bugger

El Sculpito tan

Cheech Leech - articulated all colors

Complex Twist Bugger - all colors

Tungsten Jig Bugger

Kreelex

Galloup's Dungeon - articulated all colors

 

Nymphs

There are a large variety of nymphs for the fish to choose from. Use 5x or 6x tippet

Iron Sally #14-16

Egan's Frenchie #14-16

Buckskin Caddis #16

Tungsten Jig TNT - PMP #16

Sparkle Pupa Tan or Grey #16

Grey Soft Hackle #18

Scuds #20-22 grey, olive

Barr's Emerger - BWO #18-20

Tungsten Zebra Midge #14-20 brown, wine, purple, black

Pheasant Tail #14 -18

Flossy Worm pink, purple, red, orange #10-14

 

For the most recent updates please follow us on Facebook and Instagram . We are happy to answer any questions about the river and can be texted at 801-885-0573. Thanks!

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July 16th, 2024

The Speirs fire near Flaming Gorge Resort is still burning.  There are no major closures in the area. A huge thanks to all of the Firefighters that are keeping us safe!

The fly fishing on the Green River is good, but not easy. The hatches of PMD's, Yellow Sallies and Caddis are starting to wane.  The low water flow during the day (985cfs) is making the fish skittish - long and accurate presentations will be rewarded.  A lot of fish are keyed into size #20 PMD's, while others are willing to take the easier on the eyes size 16 PMD, Caddis or Yellow Sally.  Big and small terrestrials are producing some solid fish as well!   There are still a few Mormon Cricket stragglers around so be sure to bring a few giant dry flies in case you encounter them. 

 

The fish are in great shape, and fighting hard.  The current average size trout is 16 inches and thick.  

Flows are 985cfs in the mornings, raising to 1,630cfs in the evenings. 

Flaming Gorge Reservoir is at about 88% capacity, 

985 - 1,630 CFS
Changing daily

Likely blew out yesterday
subject to daily change

Flows will hopefully  continue to rise this summer

A Section: The Caddis are still pretty thick with PMD spinners, duns and Yellow Sallies around in the late mornings.  

B Section:  Some Caddis, PMD's show up in the am and last till around 2pm

C Section:  PMD's and terrestrials are fishing best.  

Hatches: Terrestrials, PMD's, Caddis, Yellow Sallies,  a few Mormon Crickets

 

Dry Flies

Hot and Sunny conditions fish best .  The low flows make the fish spooky.

 

Green River PMX Cricket #10

Film Critic PMD #16-20

Antonio's Emerger PMD #16-20

High Vis Chubby Chernobyl #10-14

Fat Albert tan black red #2-8

Triple Double #10-14

Elden's Mother's Day Caddis #16-18

Mercer's Missing Link #16-18

Mathew's X Caddis #14-18

CDC Biot Spinner PMD #16 - 20

Bionic Ant #10

Corn Fed Sally #16

 

Streamers

Dark day dark fly. Bright day, bright fly. Retrieval speed - mixed​. 0X - 2X tippet.  Early mornings and evenings are usually best.

CDC Jig Streamer

Humungus black/gold

Flash a Bugger

El Sculpito tan

Cheech Leech - articulated all colors

Complex Twist Bugger - all colors

Tungsten Jig Bugger

Kreelex

Galloup's Dungeon - articulated all colors

 

Nymphs

There are a large variety of nymphs for the fish to choose from. Use 5x or 6x tippet

Iron Sally #14-16

Egan's Frenchie #14-16

Buckskin Caddis #16

Tungsten Jig TNT - PMP #16 -20

Sparkle Pupa Tan or Grey #16

Grey or yellow Soft Hackle #18

Scuds #20-22 grey, olive

Juju PMD #16-20

Tungsten Zebra Midge #14-20 brown, wine, purple, black

Pheasant Tail #14 -20

Flossy Worm pink, purple, red, orange #10-14

 

For the most recent updates please follow us on Facebook and Instagram . We are happy to answer any questions about the river and can be texted at 801-885-0573. Thanks!

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